Dot Art 2016
The children have worked really hard during a photography session this term producing some fantastic pieces of work. We looked at background, foreground, angle, lighting, and many effects we could use to make our piece of photography as unique and interesting as possible. Here are some examples of our work.
The three short listed students for Dot Art attended a awards ceremony at St Georges Hall. The Mayor of Liverpool presented them with a certificate of achievement, and together with their parents, were able to view the Dot Art exhibition.
Olivia Hart's work will be exhibited alongside the other first prize winners work until Saturday 20th June. Please support our young and talented artists by viewing the free exhibition.
RESULTS OF DOT ART 2015
Votes have been counted and our three short listed Artists(Olivia Hart, Isabelle Ryecroft and April Mitchel) have been eagerly awaiting news of the overall Arnot St Mary winner.
Congratulations to Olivia Hart, winning with her artwork - Berry Blast.
Berry Blast will be exhibited at St Georges Hall between 5th June- 20th June 2015.
Olivia is now entered into a further competition, to become overall winner of the competition. Good luck!
Inspiration- Artist Mark Rothko.
Technique- Acrylic paint applied with a roller, ink, pastel and pens
We have created continuous line drawings over our Rothko inspired background.
The judges of the Dot Art competition are deliberating on the top three pieces of art work.
Entries made by - Melissa Hopewell, Ben Sephton, Emily Rae, Rebecca Lawson, Emily Qerkezi, Jin Huang, Keely Burns, Oliver Whitelaw and Tilly Rogan.
Here are the images from the entrants.
We are giving 10 year 6 children a great opportunity to develop their art skills and enter a prestigious art competition called dot art.
The children have used mono printing techniques based on natural forms.
More details will follow about how you can vote for you favourite piece of work.